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Kimberly Breier Apr 19
The Ortega regime holds nothing sacred, even attacking peaceful protesters & religious celebrants during . Such desperate attempts to keep power expose Ortega’s hypocrisy & weakness in the face of the people's clamor for freedom.
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UN Human Rights Apr 16
: Over 300 people reported killed, 2,000 injured, 62,000 displaced & hundreds deprived of their liberty since 18 April 2018. – warns the authorities to refrain from resorting to violence as anniversary of first protest approaches. 👉
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Senator Rubio Press Apr 19
One year ago Nicaraguans peacefully initiated a protest against the increasingly authoritarian Ortega family. Today we honor the victims who died due to the regime’s repression & reiterate our nation’s commitment to the restoration of democracy and human rights in .
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Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Apr 17
Great news that Admin is imposing sanctions on Laureano Ortega for his acts of corruption. I’ve been urging Admin to look into his wrongdoings + misuse of public funds. US must maintain the pressure to all of Ortega’s enablers until democracy + liberty return to .
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Vida86 Apr 14
It's great that Canada is cutting off aid to the regime. But, what is the Canada government doing to provide oversight on Canadian companies doing business with this corrupt regime? For example B2GoldCorp. The mining companies in are shady businesses!
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Kimberly Breier Apr 18
On the grim anniversary of Ortega’s brutal repression, we honor the people of in their peaceful struggle for a return to democracy & respect for fundamental freedoms. Freedom of speech, association, assembly & religion are basic, internationally recognized human rights
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Kimberly Breier Apr 18
Replying to @WHAAsstSecty
We will stop the former Maduro regime in & Ortega regime in from stealing assets that belong to the people. That’s why we sanctioned the Venezuelan Central Bank & its VP Iliana Josefa Ruzza, Ortega’s slush-fund Bancorp, & Ortega’s son Laureano.
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Department of State Apr 17
Today’s sanctions against Laureano Ortega and Bancorp in affirm the U.S. commitment to support the Nicaraguan people in their quest for freedom and hold accountable the Ortega regime for its corruption and human rights violations.
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Christine Nguyen Apr 19
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Libertad Nicaragua 11h
Replying to @SarahHuckabee
He is RISEN indeed!! Thank you for being a light in the darkness for being such a great christian and for standing for my country
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Embassy of Nicaragua Apr 17
PR of the Witnesses & International companions to the Negotiation Table of the Dialogue, April 12 2019, inviting delegations to the negotiation table to resume meetings on 23 April 2019, to advance the implementation of Agreements signed on March 27 & 29 🇳🇮🤝🕊
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American Jewish World Service (AJWS) Apr 16
Leading up to the 1 yr anniversary of protests against Ortega's fascist rule in , there are 100s of political prisoners & 1000s of displaced Nicaraguans. We must hold Ortega's regime accountable for the violence & uphold .
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fuerzaG Apr 19
Replying to @WHAAsstSecty
this is excellent!! but the ortegas have other options that you do not know ... and they are the banks LaFise (shareholder of the Nicaraguan army) and Banpro (they have accounts of Laureano with pseudonyms) where the regime washes the capital and makes up the stolen.
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RalphGM 8h
: Late criminal dictator, Hugo Chávez, used to donate ambulances to , electrical plants to , and hospital supplies to , among other things. Look how Venezuelans are improvising ambulances nowadays. This is insane!
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Committee to Protect Journalists 13h
A year after Ángel Gahona's murder, 's government has intensified its repression of 's independent press. Yet even under these conditions, Nicaragua's brave journalists continue defying censorship to report on their country.
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U.S. State Dept | Democracy, Human Rights, & Labor Apr 19
Replying to @StateDRL
On March 20, President Ortega agreed to free all political prisoners within 90 days. There still hasn’t been a single release. In the coming weeks, we will highlight the stories of political prisoners in and call on Ortega to honor his agreement.
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Confidencial.com.ni 4h
The world should know what is happening in ! Help us spread the word and invite your friends to subscribe to our
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People of Nicaragua Apr 20
How much longer? How many more must die? Why do you allow this? is there anyone that matters enough? Give me 200 marines & I’ll give u a free ,
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Tigre Nica Insurrecto 18h
Heartbreaking reality of thousands and thousands refugees, who are escaping the death and torture squads of the country's dictatorship.
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John Pence Apr 17
A message to my friends in 🇳🇮🇺🇸
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